Even one day off work -- and three days with DH -- feels like a refreshing break when we actually leave town without a laptop. We so often work one or both days of a weekend, or at least part of one or both days, whether in the office or on rem... Read more
www.thestar.com/living/h ealth/article/1227831--cri tics-say-new-diet-book-six -weeks-to-omg-get-skinner- than-all-your-friends-targets-young-girls
It must be the silly seaon: the Toronto Star newspaper had a re... Read more
In a recent Dr. Oz column, he suggested that limiting the span of time during which we eat to 8 hours a day results in 28% fewer calories, on average.
So: if you have breakfast at 8, your last meal would be finished at 4 pm.
Of if your... Read more
The August Oprah magazine has an intriguing article which suggests that the best time of day to indulge a sweet tooth is breakfast.
Two groups of dieters were assigned 1400 cals a day (women) and 1600 (men). One group ate a "modest" brea... Read more
is like "not communicating". Impossible.
A person who thinks she is not communicating is in fact communicating plenty. By not speaking. Or gesturing. Or making eye contact. Body language is (almost) all. Way more powerful than what we... Read more
www.theglobeandmail.com/ life/health-and-fitness/he alth/how-to-keep-the-pound s-off-with-the-right-diet/ article4371808/
Interesting article which confirms what I know about my own adventures in weight loss mai... Read more
It's the July 1 weekend coming right up. Got my big red and white flag flying on the verandah, breaking out my red and white golf outfit!!
Sing it, Canadians!
"I am Canadian",
DH aka TUFFMUFFIN and I recently celebrated our 33rd wedding anniversary . . . with a few days away together, revisiting the little town where we'd spent our honeymoon.
It was so much fun! Lots of laughter and reminiscing, some golf, some... Read more
Yes, I track my nutrition every day . . . fitness too. And no, I don't think I have an "eating disorder". Really.
But the social pressure to stay slim and attractive at 50+, 60+ and even 70+ is apparently triggering lots of eating diso... Read more
I will not regret the past.
I will not fear the future.
I will focus on the present.
And my present, at present, still has lots and lots of work in it!
But that's OK: it's interesting, it's worth doing, and I can work on one... Read more
Life continues to be busy, I continue to track nutrition and fitness . . . and chug along ticking off tasks!
Oriental poppies are glorious, both scarlet and soft watermellen pink: mock orange in blom, smelling divine.... Read more
, , , which will I hope be temporary.
I've hit one of those crzzzybzzy patches. I'd like to respond to all comments on recent blogs but: just can't.
However: I will be tracking every day everything I eat.
Yes I will!
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